What's the weather like in Moraira in March
Spring weather begins to arrive in Moraira, Spain in March. However, lingering low temperatures start to rear their head as there is an average low of 8 degrees Celsius. You can expect rainfall in March as there is around 44mm of rain during the month occurring over 11 days. However, there's also 9 hours of sunshine with temperatures generally settling between 8 °C and 18 °C.
The daily average for Moraira during March is around 13 °C. Despite the chance of rain, the weather during the day is pretty fresh with the average humidity around 65%. However, due to the lower temperatures at this time of year, it feels relatively comfortable. The highest ever recorded temperature for March in Moraira has been 30 °C with the lowest temperature recorded being a cold -1 °C, though you can normally expect the weather to remain within the averages for the month.
The sea temperature is normally around 15 °C which is considered cool and most may want to avoid taking a splash in the sea. Despite the lower average temperatures at this time of year, many want to explore the resort during this time as it feels fresher and you don't experience any discomfort from the heat. The town is also less busy than peak tourist season too.
Moraira Hotels in March
Located just 150 metres from the beach, Hotel Buigues is the ideal hotel if you're looking to be close to the action. Each room has air conditioning, bathroom, TV, desk, fridge and terrace. Free Wi-Fi is offered in public areas with a free continental breakfast for all guests. There are various activities to take part in as the hotel is close to many areas. It's just a two minute walk from Plaza de la Sort and a three minute drive from Portitxolet Cove. The local golf course is also close by as is diving, canoeing and fishing activities. If you'd prefer to spend your time relaxing at the hotel then you can take advantage of the garden and terrace, lounge, vending machines and newspapers.
Bars and Restaurants
David's Fish and Chips Diner
If you're searching for traditional English food then try David's Fish and Chip Diner. Serving traditional fish and chips as well as other homemade food, you can enjoy your meal either on the sunny terrace or take it away with you to enjoy elsewhere.
If you'd like to try a new, luxurious restaurant then opt for Casa Toni. With roman style features, a sunny terrace to give a romantic ambience and crisp white linen tablecloths, this restaurant has elegance and sophistication. Ideal for either private dinners or group bookings, the restaurant serves a wide choice of dishes from monkfish to lamb fillet. You can also enjoy a glass of wine or desert too.
The Tower Bar
After dinner, you may be looking to extend your evening. There are a range of bars and clubs in the town so you won't struggle to find somewhere to visit. The Tower bar is an Irish themed bar with live music every Thursday. Situated in the centre of the resort, you can enjoy a pint of Guinness or treat yourself to a cocktail or two. There's also a range of snacks just in case you get peckish.
Things to do in Moraira in March
Moraira boasts many interesting places to visit. If you want to see Moraira and the Alicante region in a way like no other than opt for a helicopter flight over the area. It isn't the cheapest method of exploring the area but it is one of a kind. A helicopter can be rented for thirty minutes or an hour and it can land almost anywhere so you can take pictures to show your friends and family back home.
If you want to explore a historical site then visit the Moraira Castle. Located near to a sandy beach, this castle is a popular attraction and one you should definitely check out. The most notable feature of this 18th century structure is its shape which is described as an ox's hoof. Originally built to protect the town from pirate attacks, the castle has two floors and three wings and stands at over 10m high. It's well lit at night making a striking picturesque setting against the clear night sky.
Dates to note
Holy week or Semana Santa occurs every year between the last week of March and the first week of April. This popular holiday time in Moraira and the Alicante region is celebrated with feasts, parades and processions through the winding town streets.